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Hunger & Poverty
During the final day of the virtual workshop “Dipping Deeper Into the Well of PC(USA) Ministries,” more than 50 Christian educators, pastors and other Presbyterian leaders heard panel discussions and wrestled with questions on how to form lifelong disciples who are grounded in the Reformed tradition and equipped for peacemaking, witnessing and working for justice and equity for all God’s people.
The Presbyterian Hunger Program is gearing up for its annual observance of the Food Week of Action, which will be Oct. 11-18.
For the next four weeks, the public will have a chance to learn about the Green New Deal in a virtual workshop being offered by the Presbyterian Hunger Program.
Churches that have embraced Matthew 25 are committed to eradicating systemic poverty and to building God’s beloved community together.
Erik Nicholson sees intersectionality between this country’s history of racism against Black and brown people and the current plight of farmworkers facing health and economic challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the first time in nearly three decades, the Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) program will be completely virtual for both national and international sites during the coming program year.
The people of First Presbyterian Church of Plano are adding blessings to the showers a local organization provides for homeless people.
The plight of Black and brown farmworkers during the global pandemic will be the focus of an Aug. 27 webinar by the Presbyterian Hunger Program and the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People.
As June turned to July, Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles needed a place to store food.
A nonprofit rooted in the idea that fresh food is a human right continues to make an impact in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area despite the pandemic.